How can I dynamically set DEBUG on without having to stop and restart the CA LDAP Server?

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Issue/Introduction

Description:

Debug had be dynamically set for the CA LDAP Server by using an operator modify command.

Solution:

If the CA LDAP Server task is up and running, the modify operator command can be used to set or change the DEBUG setting.

The Modify command has the following format:

 	F[jobname.]identifier,SET,DEBUG,value 

Example:

 	F LDAPR15,SET,DEBUG,ANY 

The modify command causes the server to change the current debug level in effect to the new value. This change takes effect immediately without having to stop and restart the server.

The debug value specifies the amount of information that the server should write to the stderr file. You can specify a numeric or text value. For details on valid values see the CA LDAP Server for z/OS Product Guide, Chapter 2: Controlling CA LDAP Server for z/OS, section "Global Options" sub-section "debug".

Environment

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Component: ACFLDP